During school years, in addition to academics and subject learning which can be classified as curricular activities, students also participate in many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities both within and outside the school. These could be classified into nine broad dimensions:
For a student to be successful in the 21st Century, they need to be equipped with skills that are beyond academics.
However, the gap often is seen as the need for all such achievements to be logged in a centralised manner and captured on an ongoing basis right from the first day at school. The solution is for students to get a technology-enabled solution that will help them not only to participate in other activities but be guided about the areas that need additional efforts or the areas that are falling behind and which may be much needed to demonstrate an all-around personality.
This is where Zamit’s Student Portfolio comes in to help students to enable them to create, update and store their personal portfolio. The most important feature of Zamit’s Student Portfolio is that it will keep reminding students about areas where they may need to build or enhance their participation to enable them to build a good overall portfolio.
Parents, Teachers and School management will be able to get a snapshot of the student’s portfolio. They will therefore be able to better guide them on their journey of future readiness by developing an all-round personality needed for success in the 21st Century.
The process is simple, and students just need to keep uploading their achievements along with its related evidence such as certificates, reports, pictures, and videos. Students will be able to share their portfolios with anyone while having complete control over who can see what.